Au p’tit dolmen
For the beach, brunch and the best crepes in town, try Au P’tit Dolmen, its the perfect spot to come to with family and friends for a late breakfast. Choose from a selection of sweet and savoury pancakes and share them amongst yourselves. The staff here are helpful and friendly, and the interior is light and modern. Located on the Avenue du Maréchal Foch, this place is just a stones throw from the main beach.
They know how to brunch at the Milwaukee Café. Their menu is packed with all the favorites, from pastries and cakes to eggs benedict, sandwiches and even salads. Pair these delicious dishes with a cup of coffee or a glass of orange juice and sit back and relax in this modern but quirky little cafe.
Set behind an old fashioned cake shop, Miremont Tearoom is every teatime lover’s dream. Like a traditional English tea room, but with a seaside view and serving up French patisserie classics. The hot chocolate topped with Chantilly cream is a house specialty. But if you’re in need of a taste of England then I recommend their full English breakfast, which will certainly not disappoint.
For a great coffee with an even better view, visit Dodin. Situated in the center of Biarritz, it has its own terrace looking right over la Grande Plage. Offering up arguably some of the best macaroons in Biarritz, this place also serves sandwiches, pastries and even ice cream.
If you’re looking for something to do on Sunday, don’t hesitate to check out Chez Modjo as they serve up delectable brunch platters between at a reasonable price. Tuck in to a selection of their home made cakes and patisseries and enjoy the cosy atmosphere and friendly service that this place has to offer.
Ocean Coffee Bar
With a spectacular view of the sparkling Bay of Biscay, Ocean Coffee Bar serves up some of the best seaside coffee in Biarritz. Whether you need a strong espresso to wake you up, or want to relax with an indulgent Vanilla Chai latte, Ocean Coffee Bar has got you covered. Team your caffeinated treat with one of their delicious pancakes and you have a beach-brunch fit for a king.
Another brunch spot with a fantastic view is Cafe Kostaldea. Perched on the cliffs, the view of the beach and the sky above is perfect and, if you can bear the early rise, it is particularly breath-taking at sunrise. Recover from your early morning with an espresso and sandwich platter at Kostaldea (best eaten al fresco, under one of their cheerful, orange parasols).
If you’re in need of some late morning sustenance, then head over to the Beach Garden, where they offer an early lunch deal of a choice of bagel, drink and dessert all for a great price. Everything served here is presented exquisitely, and uses the freshest and best quality ingredients. Why not try one of their freshly squeezed juices or smoothies, which are always a delight in the South West France sunshine.
Happy Days Diner
A slice of America in the Basque country, the Happy Days Diner serves up every American classic you can think of, from burgers and french fries to sundaes and more. They even have a happy hour every day at 3pm, where you can buy one milkshake and get the second free. Come for Sunday brunch for their epic brunch platter: three eggs fried or scrambled, sausages, potato pancakes, bacon or smoked salmon, baked beans, coleslaw, French toast and BBQ sauce. Or, if that seems too much, try their smaller Eggs and Bacon breakfast meal which comes with orange juice and coffee.
If you’re looking for a quick brunch to break up a busy sight-seeing schedule, then pop by Cafe Cosi for a light, fresh brunch. Serving an assortment of simple lunch dishes like pasta, quiche and omelets on high bar-style tables and stools, Cafe Cosi is trendy and modern with a light, relaxed atmosphere to match the food. With sunlight flooding in through the large windows, you’ll hardly need one of their delicious espressos to give you a boost for the day ahead!